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Publikationen

  • Huber, F.K., Morlok, M., Weckerle, C.S., Seeland, K. (2015).
    Livelihood Strategies in Shaxi, Southwest China: Conceptualizing Mountain-Valley Interactions as a Human-Environment System.
    Sustainability 7: 3204-3229.
    doi:10.3390/su7033204
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  • Staub P.O., Geck M.S., Weckerle C.S., 2011. Incense and ritual plant use in Southwest China: A case study among the Bai in Shaxi. Journal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine 7:43.
  • Staub P.O., Schiestl F.P., Leonti M., Weckerle C.S., 2011. Chemical analysis of incense smokes used in Shaxi, Southwest China: A novel methodological approach in Ethnobotany. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 138: 212– 218.
  • Weckerle C.S., Staub P.O., Schiestl F.P., 2011. Continuum between ritual and medicinal use of plants: Smoke analysis of ritual plants from Southwest China. CHIMIA, 65, No. 6
    doi:10.2533/chimia.2011.1
  • Huber FK, Ineichen R, Yang YP, Weckerle CS, 2010.
    Livelihood and Conservation Aspects of Non-wood Forest Product Collection in the Shaxi Valley, Southwest China. Economic Botany 64(3): 189-204.
  • Weckerle CS, Ineichen R, Huber FK, Yang YP, 2009.
    Mao’s heritage: medicinal plant knowledge among the Bai in Shaxi, China, at a crossroads between distinct local and common widespread practice. Journal of Ethnopharmacology 123: 213-228.

 

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09.03.2016